The Ripley Wolves won two games on the weekend, destroying Milverton 12-3 on home ice and sneaking by Mapleton-Minto 3-2.
On Saturday night, the Wolves put on an offensive clinic in front of their home crowd, scoring 12 times on the Milverton Four Wheel Drives.
Goal scorers were Garrett Meurs (2), Adam Alexander (2), Jarred Colling (2), Nick Seiler, Cody Britton, Brett Burrows, Tyson Soers, Robert White and Payton Dunlop.
Assists went to Britton (3), Derek Skinner (2), Alexander (2), Meurs (2), Jake Fair, Seiler, Soers, Alex Kuntz, Hunter Robins-Gibbons, Brett Burrows, Chase Meurs, Colling, Gerritt Satosek, and goalie Ethan Primeau.
Sunday's match-up in Palmerston was a much closer affair, with the Wolves hanging on for a 3-2 win against the 81's.
Colling, Alexander and Kuntz were the goal scorers, while Burrows, Meurs, Britton, Seiler and Keaton Willis had the assists.
Jason Hamilton got the win between the pipes in his first game of the season.
The Wolves, who sit in second place in the league with two fewer games played, travel to Shallow Lake on Friday, Dec. 10, for an 8:30 p.m. start. They return home on Saturday, Dec. 11, to face the first-place Seaforth Centenaires at 7 p.m. Game sponsors are Kempton Construction and Current Electric.
Just a reminder that the Dec. 18 game at home vs Shelburne is a fundraiser for the Meurs family, and will feature a silent auction and donation jar at the bar in the Wolves Den. The community's response to a call for silent auction items has been amazing, and if you'd still like to donate please text or call Dwight at 519-525-7106 or email [email protected]